Kingston College is the winningest school in the rich history of Boys and Girls Athletics Championships (“Champs”), claiming the boys’ title 31 times. Here are other facts about the kings of the southern side of North Street.
- The coveted Jamaica Schools Championship Sports Cup, symbols of schoolboy athletics supremacy since 1910, was retired in 1974 and subsequently given permanently to Kingston College after they won it back-to-back for 14 years in a row (1962-1975).
- Jamaica’s first appearance at the prestigious Penn Relays in 1964 was marked by KC success. The team of Tony Keyes, Lennox Miller, Rupert Hoilette, and Jimmy Grant claimed the 4×110 yards relay victory, breaking the 21-year record held by Brooklyn High School, when they returned a time of 41.7 seconds.
In addition to track and Field, KC is also competitive in other sports such as, Football, Cricket, Table Tennis, Tennis, Lacrosse, Volleyball, Swimming and Basketball.